What does it mean when we say "Full Service Veterinary Care"?
It means we can run diagnostics on the go: Blood Work, Urinalysis, Cytologies, Fecal Exams, etc.
It means we have a fully stocked pharmacy with us!
It means we can treat most acute and chronic conditions your pet may have in the comfort of your home.
What's the exception? Hospitalization. If your pet is sick enough to require hospitalization then we refer you to the best 24-hour care facility there is: Texas A&M.
Our Surgery Suite has arrived!
We now have the privilege of placing the "cone of shame" on even more patients Post-Op! Our State-of-the-art Surgery Suite on wheels has arrived! Besides being on wheels and on-site, what makes us different?
Simple: We care. We care enough to perform pre-anesthetic blood work prior to surgery to ensure that your pet’s anesthesia is as safe for them as possible. We care enough to have anesthetic monitoring during your pet’s procedure to ensure their safety throughout their care. We care enough to place your patient on IV fluids throughout their procedure to ensure a stable blood pressure. We care enough to be sure your pet has adequate pain medications on board so they don't feel pain. We care enough to take dental radiographs for each dental procedure to ensure we aren't missing a problem. Bottom line: We want to offer you the best possible surgical care for your pet
Surgical Procedures Offered:
- Dental Cleanings and Extractions
- Mass removals and More!
Wellness Pet Examinations
If your pet is needing their annual vaccines and other annual tests, look no further, we have it! Chasing Tails offers all core and non-core vaccines for dogs and cats (including Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, Rattlesnake Vaccination, FVRCP, Feline Leukemia), heartworm testing, FIV/FeLV testing, microchipping, nail trims, rabies tags and county tags. If your pet is has fleas, intestinal parasites, or a heartworm infection, treatment is just a phone call away. Click here for pricing.
Sick Pet Examinations
As a mobile veterinarian, we have the ability to diagnose and treat minor illnesses that don’t require hospitalization or major surgery. This includes but is not limited to: skin or allergy issues, ear infections, eye scratches, upper respiratory infections, coughing, upset stomach, diarrhea, limping, minor lacerations, and routine monitoring of chronic illnesses such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease.
Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific anatomical points in the body with small sterile needles with the purpose to alter biochemical and physiological conditions to achieve a therapeutic effect. Acupuncture is used all around the world and in conjunction with Western medicine we can see an increased speed of recovery, reduction in pain medications, and increased well-being. Acupuncture may stimulate nerves, increase circulation, alleviate muscle spasms and increase hormones in the body that make us and pets feel better.
Acupuncture may be used to treat a variety of conditions most commonly it is used for chronic pain management, intervertebral disc disease, and degenerative joint disease.
There are two important criteria for a veterinary acupuncturist: They must be a licensed veterinarian and should have formal training in the practice of veterinary acupuncture.
If your pet has special needs when it comes to their health, Chasing tails is here to comfort and care for them. On a friendly visit, Chasing Tails may administer fluids, provide wound management, administer injectable medications and more.
Gentle At Home Euthanasia
We’re here for you and your pet when it comes to saying goodbye. Chasing Tails wants you and your pet to have a peaceful experience when it comes to saying goodbye. We offer in- home euthanasia that is preferred by those who want a stress free and quiet environment for their furry companion.
Chasing Tails has partner with Pet Legacies to make sure your pets remains are cared for in a professional, compassionate and timely manner.
- On site heartworm testing
- On site X-rays
- Next day Complete Blood Counts (checks for anemia, inflammation and infection based on white blood cell counts, and platelet counts to check the ability to clot blood)
- Next day Chemistry Panels (checks protein levels, liver and kidney values, electrolytes)
- Next day Urinalysis, Urine culture and sensitivity (checks for urinary tract infections, early kidney disease, feline lower urinary tract disease)
- Vaccination titers
- Next day Intestinal Parasite Screening
- Blood Pressure Checks
- Microscopic Examination of feces, urine, skin and ear cytology